Ambrose Bierce

(24 June 1842 - 26 December 1913 / Horse Cave Creek, Ohio)

Ambrose Bierce Poems

361. Charles And Peter 9/27/2012
362. A Cheating Preacher 9/27/2012
363. A Bubble 9/27/2012
364. An Art Critic 9/27/2012
365. Azrael 9/27/2012
366. Aspiration 9/27/2012
367. At Anchor 9/27/2012
368. Another Plan 9/27/2012
369. An Apologue 9/27/2012
370. Again 9/27/2012
371. An Alibi 9/27/2012
372. Accepted 9/27/2012
373. Carmelite 4/26/2011
374. The Confederate Flags 4/20/2010
375. T.A.H. 4/20/2010
376. Polyphemus 4/20/2010
377. Invocation 4/20/2010
378. 'Died Of A Rose' 9/27/2012
379. Ad Moodium 9/27/2012
380. Arbor Day 9/27/2012
381. An Augury 9/27/2012
382. A Bit Of Science 9/27/2012
383. The Birth Of The Rail 9/27/2012
384. The Boss's Choice 9/27/2012
385. Business 9/27/2012
386. A Career In Letters 9/27/2012
387. Dies Irae 9/27/2012
388. An Example 9/28/2012
389. Foundations Of The State 9/28/2012
390. Genesis [god Said: 'Let There Be Man,' And From The Clay] 9/28/2012
391. Political Economy 9/29/2012
392. A Poet's Father 9/29/2012
393. Revenge 9/29/2012
394. To A Stray Dog 9/29/2012
395. To A Word-Warrior 9/29/2012
396. The Valley Of The Shadow Of Theft 10/1/2012
397. The Woman And The Devil 10/1/2012
398. A Vision Of Resurrection 10/1/2012
399. Visions Of Sin 10/1/2012
400. Technology 9/29/2012

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Best Poem of Ambrose Bierce

Freedom

Freedom, as every schoolboy knows,
Once shrieked as Kosciusko fell;
On every wind, indeed, that blows
I hear her yell.

She screams whenever monarchs meet,
And parliaments as well,
To bind the chains about her feet
And toll her knell.

And when the sovereign people cast
The votes they cannot spell,
Upon the pestilential blast
Her clamors swell.

For all to whom the power's given
To sway or to compel,
Among themselves apportion Heaven
...

Read the full of Freedom

Elegy

The cur foretells the knell of parting day;
The loafing herd winds slowly o'er the lea;
The wise man homewards plods; I only stay
To fiddle-faddle in a minor key.

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